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Long Pond 2001 Rom de Luxe 19 Year Old 1.5 Litre

Lot: 6031668B
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Long Pond 2001 Rom de Luxe 19 Year Old 1.5 Litre

Winning Bid: £800
(Reserve has been met) This lot currently has: 23 bids

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Long Pond
19 year old
Rom de Luxe
Cask Type: 
Bottled Strength: 
Bottle Size: 
1.5 Litre
Distillery Status: 
Production method: 
pot & column stills
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Long Pond 2001 Rom de Luxe 19 Year Old 1.5 Litre

Founded in 1753, Long Pond distillery is located in the Trelawny parish of Jamaica, which is also home to the Hampden Estate. Its modern history begins in the 1940s, when Seagram chief, Samuel Bronfman, bought the distillery from the Jamaican government and began to produce the Captain Morgan brand there. When Seagram was dissolved in the early 2000s, Diageo bought Captain Morgan and moved production to Clarendon. Long Pond became part of National Rum of Jamaica, a firm established in 1985 and currently part-owned by the Jamaican government, Demerara Distillers in Guyana, and Maison Ferrand in France. Long Pond produces rum using both John Dore pot stills and a Blair column still. Its output is highly regarded, and stock shortages caused by its closure between 2012-2017, and a fire in 2018 mean it is becoming increasingly sought after.

This is a 2001 vintage, bottled for The Wild Series by Rom de Luxe. It was both tropically and continentally aged before bottling at cask strength in 2020.

One of 19 bottles.

This lot include two bottles shipping.

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